By John Manderino
While Hitchcock's "The Birds", started displaying in the summertime of 1963 on the Dolton Theater, the starlings of Riverside, Illinois introduced their assaults. They have been 'black, freckled, oily-looking things' with 'tiny black buttons for eyes.' They carried off Skippy Whalen's baseball cap, pooped on Father Rowley's finger, and attacked a feisty little puppy named Tuffy who fought them off. 'I blamed Alfred Hitchcock' says the writer, a Catholic grammar tuition scholar on the time.In this comedian, witty memoir, John Manderino indicates us how the pivotal issues of his lifestyles were enmeshed with motion picture moments. "Crying at Movies" provides thirty-eight succinct chapters, each one bearing the identify of a film."Brief Encounter", the final bankruptcy, reveals our movie-seeking Everyman hiding in his girlfriend's rest room so she won't see him crying over the ultimate scene. "Crying at Movies" is right away a love-letter to an paintings shape and a funny appreciation of the differences among motion picture scenes and life's realities.
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